Randy Wiscott had 300 in Variety Mixed at Holiday on March 29 and Rich Kady had his first 300 and 794 in Charlie’s Service at Holiday on April 8.
Jeff Phillips had 300 in Monday Nite Men’s Classic at Wedgewood April 7.
Joe Hanna had 300-763 to lead Charlie’s Service at Holiday April 15. Roma Contracting was Charlie’s second-half winner with Charlie Fagan, Brian Stupka, Don Bell, Joe Mangine, Dennis Shaffer, Chuck Fagan and Dave Shevetz.
Tammy Haefke dominated both dukes and duchesses in Dukes & Duchess at Amron April 13 when she rolled 257-234-231 — 722.
Nate Robinson’s 288 game was 106 pins over his 182 average and his 767 was 221 pins over his series average of 546 in Howgren Heating & Cooling at Holiday on April 4.
Teri Haefke had the Wedgewood Ladies Trio’s top three-game set of 749 and best four-game total of 1,006 April 15, followed by Annie Bertoletti’s 279-(740)-984.
Tampa Bay, which won Friday Seniors’ second half at Holiday, had a roll-off with Raiders.
Fourth-quarter winner of Fuzzy Toman Memorial at Holiday was the City Concrete team of Jack King, Jim Protain, Jim Mondora, John Pitlik and Bill Staaf.
In Armando Saab Classic at West Side, G.L.I. Pools beat Zid Realty for the league championship. G.L.I. members are John Rosenberg, Mark Trgovac, Bob McDermott, Chuck Hurd and Glen Powell. The awards dinner was at The Regency on the 25th.
Bubba’s Buddies, Harkulich Insurance, Francis’ Pro Shop, Joey’s Team, Michael’s Bar, Kelley-Robb Funeral, Mulholland Roofing and Rich’s Boys made the Kelley-Robb Funeral Home Classic roll-offs at Bell-Wick. Francis’ Pro Shop was the Kelley Div.’s fourth-quarter winner, while Rich’s Boys was the Robb Div.’s fourth-quarter winner.
Thursday Night Gadabouts’ second-half winner at Bell-Wick was Primerica, which bowled first-half winner Molly Maid for the championship. The Gadabouts banquet is May 1 at the Gentry.